By Stepping Into the Culture War, the Dodgers Only Alienate Fans | Opinion

  (Newsweek) : When it chooses sides on controversial issues, as the Los Angeles Dodgers are currently doing, everyone feels like they just struck out. ..

Eurozone inflation hits two-year low

Rate of 4.3% less than expectations and could signal end to ECB rate rises

Health chiefs issue update after Turkey holidays food poisoning case that infected 200

Health officials have been scrambling to find a source of infection after more than 200 people fell ill with food poisoning on "all inclusive" holidays in Turkey

Cardi B shares her theory on aliens while eating 'Hot Ones' spicy wings

Cardi B appeared on First We Feast's "Hot Ones" and took on the spicy wing challenge.

Motorway closed after accident involving school bus

Emergency services were called after reports of an overturned coach on the M53 in Cheshire.

Can flying ever be sustainable? New developments in aviation explored

With the release of a documentary series exploring sustainable initiatives in air travel, we look at new planet-focused approaches to flight

Meghan Markle's co-star deletes behind-the-scenes Suits photos and shares apology

Patrick J. Adams apologised for "distracting" from the SAG-AFTRA strike.

Biden has yet to join Democratic calls for Sen. Menendez of New Jersey to resign

Many Senate Democrats have called on Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) to resign in the wake of his latest bribery indictment, but President Joe Biden and the White House aren’t leading the charge.

Man 'humiliated' by girlfriend's embarrassing restaurant habit - and others agree

A fed-up man has revealed he's questioning his entire relationship over his girlfriend's questionable restaurant behaviour, and even says it might stop him proposing

Parents of the founder of bankrupt crypto exchange FTX face their own legal troubles

Sam Bankman-Fried, ex-head of FTX goes on trial next week accused of orchestrating one of the largest financial frauds in history. Bankman-Fried's parents are now facing legal problems of their own.

Drugmakers face down deadline on Medicare price negotiations

The deadline for drugmakers to sign agreements to negotiate with Medicare on pricing is fast approaching. Major drugmakers have until Sunday to sign an agreement to participate in the program or potentially face heavy taxes and lose

Trans-nonbinary person asks for $4,000 to flee 'unsafe' Kentucky amid anti-LGBT+ onslaught

Earlier this year, Republican legislators in Kentucky brought in a bill dubbed by Democrat oppenents as 'most extreme anti-LGBTQ bill in America.' In this environment LGBT+ people are chosing to move out of the state

Coastal adaptation projects in South West England to receive £6m in funding

Three communities in the South West allocated £6 million to support adaptation to coastal erosion

Strictly star shuts down BBC Breakfast's Naga Munchetty after 'unfair' question

BBC Breakfast presenters Charlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty were joined by Strictly Come Dancing professional Jowita Przysta? and Paralympian Jody Cundy earlier in the week

Ukraine war live updates: Putin-sympathizing candidate could win election in major Kyiv-allied country; drone strikes hit Russian power station

A win for the populist leader could fracture the EU's efforts at a unified front against Russia.

China wins bronze in League of Legends but all eyes on South Korea in gold-medal match

China’s League of Legends team hung on to take bronze in the Asian Games esports event by overcoming a strong challenge from Vietnam

Breast cancer drug could have potentially serious side effect, new research reveals

Hyperglycemia could be a major side effect of the oral medication alpelisib that is used by breast cancer patients, according to a study from the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

Strictly Come Dancing leaderboard 2023 - cast your scores and vote for your favourite

It's Strictly Come Dancing season and we're giving readers the chance to score the dazzling dances using our interactive leaderboard. Who do you think deserves a 10/10?

Americans are urged to get vaccinated against 3 major respiratory viruses

Public health experts are urging people to take advantage of the fact that this year, for the first time, vaccines are available for three major respiratory viruses: flu, COVID and RSV.

Rory McIlroy's love life - brutal '3-minute' break-up call and 'refreshing' wife

One of Europe's most successful golf players Rory Mcllroy dated a few women in the spotlight including top tennis player Caroline Wozniacki before marrying Erica Stoll in 2017

Maine teen's vegetable stand thrives after a 'disappointing' robbery: 'The kid has heart'

A teenager from Poland, Maine, has built his own produce stand to sell his farm-fresh vegetables. This year he's faced hardships — including a break-in. He and his family spoke to Fox News Digital.

Dublin needs more 'pocket parks' for people living in apartments, MEP says

Ciarán Cuffe said Dublin needs more suitable green spaces for people living in apartments

Minister Halfon's speech at the Council of Europe

In a speech at the Council of Europe standing conference of ministers of education, Minister Halfon discussed the the renewal of the civic mission of education.

Euro zone inflation fell to 4.3% in September, lowest level since October 2021

Inflation in the euro zone fell to 4.3% year-on-year and 0.3% month-on-month in September, flash figures showed Friday.

Zach Johnson's nightmare captaincy start as controversial Ryder Cup pairing lets him down

Zach Johnson's decision to pair world number one Scottie Scheffler with his close friend Sam Burns for the opening match of the Ryder Cup backfired horribly for Team USA

Ibram X. Kendi's anti-racism center folds after millions in donations

Race is the American disease. There is no cure for the facts of the past, but you can buy absolution for feeling bad about them. That was the bargain sold to white liberals by Ibram X. Kendi, the superstar theorist of “anti-racism.”

Start snapping up AI leaders again because tech stocks' slump has made them undervalued, UBS says

Tech's struggles over the past two months have created a pre-AI boom buying opportunity, the Swiss bank said Friday.

Sycamore Gap: Sixteen-year-old arrested over Robin Hood tree felling released on bail

Northumbria Police have confirmed a boy, 16, has been charged over the felling of beloved tree Sycamore Gap, which had stood near Hadrian's Wall for more than 300 years before this week

Swiss indict daughter of former Uzbek president in bribery, money laundering case involving millions

Swiss federal prosecutors say they have indicted the daughter of a former president of Uzbekistan on charges including money laundering, bribery and participation in a criminal network that used “violence and intimidation.”

Sycamore Gap: White paint on felled tree sparks mystery act 'wasn't spontaneous'

Northumberland National Park (NNP), in which the Sycamore Gap stood, will be "special again," the attraction stressed - despite the shocking destruction of the beloved tree

Doctor calls Covid Pirola strain 'one to watch' and explains if restrictions could return

An NHS doctor has explained the severity of the new Covid Pirola variant, the symptoms and potential restrictions.

Hugh Jackman indulges in some retail therapy after shock Deborra-Lee Furness split

Marvel star Hugh Jackman recently separated from his wife of 27 years, Deborra-Lee Furness, and he's now been spotted enjoying a solo shopping trip in New York

Sainsbury's makes huge change to 27 everyday items in stores and online

Sainsbury's has started switching the plastic packaging, both in-stores and online, across 27 toilet roll and kitchen towel products, as part of plans to reduce its plastic use

'Entitled neighbour painted my fence to match their pink house - it's horrific'

He waited until they'd finished painting to complain

Why September, on average, is the worst month for the stock market

Going back more than a century, the month of September has been — on average — the worst month for the stock market. And September 2023 appears to be no exception. But why?